Support and Advice to Businesses around Renewable Energy (SABRE) and other news

Here is a new initiative which may be of interest to people involved in small businesses or social enterprises.

Support and Advice to Businesses around Renewable Energy (SABRE)

SABRE is offering small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs)/social enterprises (SEs) in Suffolk the opportunity to discover their potential to generate renewable energy by providing them with independent and impartial support and advice on investment opportunities created by Feed-in Tariffs and the Renewable Heat Incentive.This support can help you generate your own energy, reduce your carbon footprint and even generate an income for your organisation.
SABRE is a three-year partnership project between Groundwork Suffolk and Suffolk County Council on behalf of the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership and is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
The project will support 120 businesses or enterprises in total over three years. Everyone who takes part in the project will receive:
A free independent and impartial Renewable Energy Feasibility Review
Further free support and advice on renewable energy
If you are interested in this service to book a review simply contact Groundwork Suffolk on 01394 444584 or email sabre@groundwork.org.uk to register your interest in the service. An Environmental Advisor will then be in touch to talk you through the service, check your eligibility and book you in for a free review.
More information about the service and FAQs can be found at www.greensuffolk.org/sabre

Here are details of a new Job Seekers Club at the People’s Community Garden:

Sessions: Wednesdays June 5th and following Wednesdays

Time: 09.30-12.00
Venue: Bowls Pavilion, Halifax Road, Ipswich, IP2 8RE (adjacent

To book your place Please contact Susannah Robirosa on

susannah@activlives.org.uk phone: 01473 261112

Weird and Wonderful Wood takes place this weekend: Weird and Wonderful Wood

This is a chance to explore lots of amazing woodcraft skills, from bodging to whittling and whistle-making!

About Rona

I'm interested in orchards and in improving cycling facilities so that more people feel safe to cycle more of the time. I would also like to help exchange skills for green living. I helped start and continue to help run a community orchard on one of the allotments in south Ipswich. I also run a website on green living - www.greenfootsteps.com. This is a worldwide website and anyone with a skill to share or an insight into green living methods and ideas is welcome to submit articles.
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